Make Yarn Rosettes (Tutorial)

I love crochet flowers. But I can not crochet.
So, I came up with yarn rosettes. Which resemble crochet flowers a little.
To make yarn rosettes you only need yarn (or embroidery thread).
The thicker your yarn is the bigger flower you get from a small braid.
 
These are very easy to make. And are great for a variety of projects.
 

DIY Rosettes tutorial

 
 

 

Here’s a tutorial to help you make yarn rosettes.

 

MAKE IT:

 

  • Make a braid with the yarn (or embroidery thread). And roll it into a rosette. You will need to glue at the beginning and the end. You may need glue as you roll if you are making big rosettes. Mine are small for little cute projects.
  • You can make any form of braid. I made a 3 strings braid in the picture below.
  • Once done, dab some glue and place a piece of felt at the bottom of the rosette. This will secure the rosette in place.
  • Leave it to dry and your done.
 
 
 

Make yarn rosettes

 
 
Here’s how the rosettes look. The purple one is made with thread. And the pink with yarn.
 
 
 

You can also make a twisted thread rosette.

Tie the threads at the beginning point. I used 6 threads per side to make thicker braids.

Now twist the two together, and tie at the other end.

 
 
 
 
Roll the twisted braid into a rosette, and use glue and felt to finish.
 
 
Easy as a pie! You will have tons of pretty rosettes like these in an hour.
Have fun, mix and match different colors and make yarn rosettes.
 
 
You can use these to decorate many things.
Like a lamp, jewelry box, vase, wreath or wall art.
 

Yarn rosettes jewelry

 
I made a Yarn rosettes DIY necklace that can also be worn as a bracelet or brooch.
Perfect for spring and summer parties.
 

 

Jazz up your old jewelry with a girlish touch.

Just like these rosette earrings.

 

 
 
or add a flower to a beaded bracelet.
,
 
How about a bunch of flowers on the strings?
Make cute necklace.
 
 
 

I also used these rosettes to decorate tin organizers.

Recycle tin cans into organizers

 

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Looking for more great ideas?

Check out tutorials in the category FLOWERS.
 
Are you on pinterest?
You will also enjoy the Handmade flowers and DIY Jewelry Boards.
These are updated regularly whenever I find unique ideas.
 

Comments

  1. What a great idea, thankyou! another flower to make :)

  2. Sweet Floweret says:

    Really cute. would love if you'd link them up to my 20 minute tuesday party going on now!
    http://sweetfloweret.blogspot.com

    Tina ;)

  3. Kassi @ Truly Lovely says:

    Very pretty Hani!! Have you been by the blog lately? If not… maybe you should venture over and check out Monday's post!

  4. Elise Engh says:

    Nice, these look really easy too!

  5. BellaVida says:

    Very cute. I'm book marking this to do as a summer time craft activity.

    Bella Vida by Letty
    Have a great day.

  6. BellaVida says:

    Very cute. I'm book marking this to do as a summer time craft activity.

    Bella Vida by Letty
    Have a great day.

  7. Fabric Bows and More says:

    Cute! Please stop by and join our link party: http://fabricbowsandmore.blogspot.com/

  8. Tanya @ Greetings From the Asylum says:

    These are soooo cute! Thanks for sharing such a clear tutorial! Awesome!

  9. Thanks for sharing such an amazing and useful tutorial… !!! All the flowers and the colors of yarn is looking fabulous.

  10. so awesome. you can seriously do so much with them…love it

    xoxo
    ash

    http://jaysonandashley.blogspot.com/

  11. How cute & smart rosettes :)
    thanks a lot for the idea & nice tutorial..keep rocking!!!

  12. Real good stuff Hani. Love to see all the work done by you. Keep doing this kind of job.

  13. So cute! I love to crochet too : )

    Fun stopping by to visit with you!
    Kindly, Lorraine

  14. I really like the simplicity of these roses!! Very cute

  15. These are really cute! Thanks for the tutorial!

  16. southernscraps says:

    Cute! Love this version of rosettes.

  17. thanx for the tute Hani!!.. will try it out soon!hugs, mini

  18. Ami w/AliLilly says:

    OH MY GOSH!! These look great!! I gotta go get some yarn! :)

  19. Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother says:

    Love these! thanks for the tutorial, I pinned this :)

  20. Mindie Hilton says:

    I make these but I have always just done a single crochet stitch then rolled them. I love yours too. Thanks for linking to Bacon Time.

  21. Zuleika says:

    Wow very creative and pretty! :-)

  22. Rosana Garcia Hess says:

    love these!!!! I´ll feature on my blog
    hope you don´t mind
    hugs from Brazil

  23. Rhinestone Beagle says:

    So cute! Thanks for linking up last week. Can't wait to see what you have for thursday's party!

  24. Divya N says:

    cute post..Icame herefrom craftgossip…if you are interested in fabric jewelry I have a giveaway running currently in my blog…please come visit:http://jewelsofsayuri.blogspot.com/2011/06/26-giveaway-is-here.html

  25. Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com says:

    Hani these rosettes are so sweet!! Thanks for linking up to Think Pink Sundays! I featued them today. http://www.flamingotoes.com/2011/06/crush-of-the-week-think-pink-features-10/ :)

  26. I love these! I just featured them on a vision to remembers check me out saturday highlights. You can find them at http://iamonly1woman.blogspot.com

  27. Thendral says:

    Lovely! Thanks for sharing!
    http://thendralscraft.blogspot.com

  28. The Ellis' says:

    Now I know what to do with all my yarn leftovers! How cute! We would LOVE to have you link this up to our giveaway and party! http://sixsistersstuff.blogspot.com/2011/07/strut-your-stuff-saturday-week-1.html

    The Sisters @ sixsistersstuff.blogspot.com

  29. PeaceLoveApplesauce says:

    These are so, so cute!!
    I'm visiting from TT&J.. Have a great week!!

  30. Cute idea!

  31. very pretty and Endless possiblilities!!!

    come and link it up at woot woot wednesdays!
    http://tootsiewootsieboutique.blogspot.com/2011/07/its-official-every-wednesday-i-am-doing.html

  32. These look fantastic. I have made them with ribbon but these would be perfect for making smaller ones!
    Thanks for sharing :-)
    Lowri
    http://papervinenz.blogspot.com/

  33. Mel the Crafty Scientist says:

    This is such a great idea – love it and going to have to make some! : )

  34. Cute! I have more yarn than I know what to do with, this might help the stash!
    Emily
    domesticdeadline.blogspot.com

  35. Rachel @ Lines across my face says:

    These are amazing. I love how crocheted flowers look but I don't have a clue how to make them. These look wonderful. I would love it if you would stop by and link this up at the crafty link party going on right now at Lines Across My Face.
    I hope to see you soon,
    Rachel.
    http://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com/2011/08/cure-for-common-monday-4-craft-link.html

  36. Jessica @ Sunny Tuesday says:

    Cute! I know what I'll be doing with my yarn scraps!

  37. Candace @ Candace Creations says:

    Very sweet! I love it! I hope you will link up to Scrappy Saturdays linky party @ candacecreations.blogspot.com

  38. Cassandra says:

    What a fantastic idea! I'll have to try this for my baby headbands. Even my 10 year old will have no hassles making these! Thanks for sharing :)

    Cass
    http://casscansew.blogspot.com/

  39. What a brilliant idea, these would look great on headbands, cards, scrapbooking anything. Thanks so much for sharing, have pinned and will definitely be using!

  40. Jahitjahitan says:

    Great ideas and love it! thanks

    http://jahitjahitanenglish.blogspot.com

  41. Mixed Kreations says:

    Love your yarn rosettes. They are really cute. And they look really simple to make. Thank you for sharing your wonderful tutorial. I just featured them on my blog. http://mixedkreations.com/blog/2012/09/left-over-yarn-rosettes/

    Pinning and sharing (-;

  42. Marie/Underground Crafter says:

    Very nice! Thanks for sharing.

  43. Helle Sørensen says:

    What lovely rosettes – and so easy to make. Just shows that things don't have to be difficult to make to be beautiful.

    Thank you very much for sharing these.

    http://www.re-vintageit.blogspot.dk/

  44. I love these. They seem to be easy to make. I love handmade flower decorations.

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